WLWT Channel 5 coanchors Sheree Paolello and Mike Dardis met during Mike’s job interview in 2011. Then they fell in love and married in 2019.
Mt. Adams set the scene for Jessica and Erick's wedding day, with a ceremony at Holy Cross-Immaculata, and a reception and after party nearby.
From a ceremony overlooking giraffes to a cocktail hour in the zoo’s manatee building, this wedding reflected the grooms' love of animals.
Their romance began as friends, spending nights overlooking the city from the steps of Holy Cross-Immaculata Church. After six years of dating, Tyler proposed to Brianna on that very spot.
A local couple focused on creating a visually stunning wedding struck gold with the Contemporary Arts Center as their venue.
This local couple’s dual festivities were decked in island-inspired style.
Meeting as coworkers, Madeleine and Sarah quickly discovered they were meant to be much more.
When Helen Fritz married in 1935, "she could hear the gasps and whispers as she walked down the aisle" in her blush satin gown.
A laid-back destination wedding was just what this couple had in mind for their cozy, romantic beachside ceremony.
This couple went back in time with a medieval-style wedding that featured a massive feast and an ancient marriage ritual.